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Pizza Delivery Driver Assaulted in Zillah

A man delivering pizza to a home in the 1200 block of Cheyne Road in Zillah was robbed and assaulted Monday night.

Yakima County Sheriff's Deputies say when the victim pulled into the driveway he was assaulted by two men who hit him on the head with a bat and stole his cash and the pizza

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Garbage Rates Might Increase for 2015

Yakima city officials are talking about the 2015 city budget during a study session at City Hall Tuesday.

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Ballot Returns Slow Around State

13% of the 106,000 ballots sent to Yakima County voters have been returned to the auditors office. A week from tomorrow is the General election. Statewide the Secretary of State's office says that 10

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One Student Shot In School Shooting Recovering

SEATTLE (AP) — One of the wounded Marysville-Pilchuck High School students is improving.

Harborview Medical Center in Seattle says 14-year-old Nate Hatch is in satisfactory condition Monday with a gunshot wound to his jaw

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City Council Discusses Voting System

After negotiations between the city and the ACLU over redistricting the city failed, the Yakima City Council will meet Tuesday to discuss the way City Council elections are conducted.

At the heart of the issue is concern over how the city's districts are divided

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Yakima Avenue Remains Closed Downtown

Yakima Avenue remained closed Sunday afternoon after a water main broke near First Street and Yakima Avenue.

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From Tragedy Comes Camaraderie for Marysville-Pilchuck High and Longtime Rival

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In the wake of the tragic events at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Friday morning, Oak Harbor High School's varsity football team (my Alma Mater) was scheduled to play MPHS for the Wesco 3A North title. Instead, they forfeited the game and the league title to M-P.

That's the biggest gesture of class and sportsmanship I have ever heard of.

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Guardrail Repairs Will Affect Yakima-Selah Traffic Monday

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will close the Yakima-Selah interconnect on Monday to make the repairs.

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Watch For The Scammers In The Ebola Crisis

Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Attorney General Bob Ferguson are urging consumers to be aware of scam artists exploiting the public’s fear of Ebola.  The two statewide officials said rip-off artists follow media coverage of natural disasters and health scares and then attempt to victimize well-intended charitable donors

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Sharing the Harvest In Yakima Valley Is an Excellent Project

Saturday morning at 11, magic happens with our local growers and charity -- here's how you can help:

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